‘Secular Kerala’ to give remuneration to Co-Conspirators of Maradu carnage!

via HK published on March 13, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala government decided to increase the compensation (or remuneration, for successfully wiping out Eight Hindus?) amount for the families of Jehadi Terrorist in Maradu, who fled after the crime scene in fear of retaliation.


Majority of the Jehadi families including women, children and old men fled from Maradu, few days prior to the brutal killing of Eight Hindus. These families were very much aware about the planned attack. Those who now seek compensation were in safe places when the Jehadi Terrorists unleashed terror in this small village near to sea cost. Few women members of the Jehadi’s stayed back in order to protect their Mosque were tonnes of arms and ammunitions were stored.


Since the day one this vicious episode happened in Marad, the pseudo secular leaders and so called Human Right activists were more concerned about the rehabilitation of these Jehadi families and none bothered to console the Araya families who lost their Children,Husband and Fathers.


More than 150 false cases were registered against Hindus in Marad for destroying the properties of Jehadi’s in post carnage days.The police were not able to prove any of these cases and withdrawn it.


For the first time in history Kerala government gave 10 lakhs rupees to the family of a Jehadi Terrorist who took part in the operation. He was killed by his fellow Jehadi’s mistakenly.


And now those Jehadi families who conspired together with their men is now entitled to get compensation in the name of  â€˜Secular Kerala’! The demand for a CBI enquiry to expose the conspiracy behind this killing spree also got sabotaged.

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